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41 Years ago, the first moon "landing." July 20, 1969

 
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Re: 41 Years ago, the first moon "landing." July 20, 1969
Before that NASA and Russia sent animals into the van allen radiation belts. They all died.
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Re: 41 Years ago, the first moon "landing." July 20, 1969
Before that NASA and Russia sent animals into the van allen radiation belts. They all died.
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Sure, when you stay in it for hours. Apollo didn't do that.

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Re: 41 Years ago, the first moon "landing." July 20, 1969
Happy Birthday moon landing!! Hooray to the older men of America! You got to the moon on good ole' American tenacity and a healthy dose of prayer. You guys got lucky by being on the crest of the American wave. The poor bastards today have to annihilate history to feel better about themselves. Their limited prospects of ever traveling in space has caused young American men to become bitter. We have been mismanaging our country's assets since the 1970s. We blame the government for shipping all the jobs overseas, yet cheaper products put more money in our personal pockets so we buy them. Can't you add and subtract? How come you can't tell how much house you can really afford? Whose fault is that?

So now we sit here with a bunch of board ass and smart ass young men that don't have an outlet for their intelligence. They live vicariously through a virtual world. I am sorry for you fellas today, but don't graffiti your ancestral history. It will only end up harming you more. Those guys at NASA back in the day were smart and as adventurous as hell and some of you are, too.
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Re: 41 Years ago, the first moon "landing." July 20, 1969
Say thanks to Germany...

Wernher von Braun (btw. a member of German SS), Walter Jacobi, Werner Dahm, Otto Hirschler, Werner Rosinksi...

See also [link to www.space.com]
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Say thanks to Germany...

Wernher von Braun (btw. a member of German SS), Walter Jacobi, Werner Dahm, Otto Hirschler, Werner Rosinksi...

See also [link to www.space.com]
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German brains and American know how! Sounds like a great combination to me.
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Re: 41 Years ago, the first moon "landing." July 20, 1969
German brains and german know how!

You might want to read this: [link to en.wikipedia.org]
"Operation LUSTY (LUftwaffe Secret TechnologY) was the United States Army Air Forces effort to capture and evaluate German aeronautical technology during and after World War II."

America had nothing compared to V2 technology at that time. They shipped all V2 rockets they could find to US to study them and they needed the original designers to be able to understand them and for further development.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Same for Messerschmitt Me 262, worlds first jet-powered fighter aircraft, hundreds of trucks and many ships were used to collect and transport thousands of parts and whole planes to US.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Whole NASA ist based on all this.
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The first moon "landing"?

laugh
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Re: 41 Years ago, the first moon "landing." July 20, 1969
The first moon "landing"?

laugh
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lol
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Re: 41 Years ago, the first moon "landing." July 20, 1969
German brains and german know how!

You might want to read this: [link to en.wikipedia.org]
"Operation LUSTY (LUftwaffe Secret TechnologY) was the United States Army Air Forces effort to capture and evaluate German aeronautical technology during and after World War II."

America had nothing compared to V2 technology at that time. They shipped all V2 rockets they could find to US to study them and they needed the original designers to be able to understand them and for further development.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Same for Messerschmitt Me 262, worlds first jet-powered fighter aircraft, hundreds of trucks and many ships were used to collect and transport thousands of parts and whole planes to US.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Whole NASA ist based on all this.
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I will let history stand. I just want people think before they annihilate it. Human life forms went to the damn moon. Why is that so impossible to believe? It's not that far away. If we stop believing it happened, we will stop thinking it's possible and return to some dark age mentality? What we believe can be done has a lot to do with what we actually accomplish. I have to wonder if this history devaluation was done to the engineering geniuses who inhabited Baalbek, Lebanon and built Puma Punku. When all the the old fellas that took part in the space race succumb to the afterlife, there will be no more hearing it from the horses mouth.
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I will let history stand. I just want people think before they annihilate it. Human life forms went to the damn moon. Why is that so impossible to believe? It's not that far away. If we stop believing it happened, we will stop thinking it's possible and return to some dark age mentality? What we believe can be done has a lot to do with what we actually accomplish. I have to wonder if this history devaluation was done to the engineering geniuses who inhabited Baalbek, Lebanon and built Puma Punku. When all the the old fellas that took part in the space race succumb to the afterlife, there will be no more hearing it from the horses mouth.
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Pretty much. Same people who think that the best and brightest engineers on the planet (German and American and others), backed by a whole bunch of money, couldn't figure out how to get to the Moon (and apparently couldn't figure out how to make a short film without fucking it up, either):

Also think the best civil engineers of the ancient world, with decades of experience in developing building technology behind them and battalions of low-cost labor to do the work, were incompetent to build a monument.

I mean, cripes, the technology available to build Hagia Sophia was not that much more advanced than that available at the time of the Pyramids. They still don't have alloy steels or power tools or cranes or CAD design systems or laser surveying tools. But, hell, how often do you see the retards claiming the great cathedrals of the world were built by aliens?

It's an attitude of "people are all as dumb as I am, and if I can't manage to finish my education and move on from manning a register at K-mart, then there is no way anyone else can actually invent, build, explore, or do any of the spectacular wonderful things they claim to have done."
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Re: 41 Years ago, the first moon "landing." July 20, 1969
The first moon "landing"?

laugh
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They didn't "land". They mooned. And when they left, they de-mooned.
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Re: 41 Years ago, the first moon "landing." July 20, 1969
The first moon "landing"?

laugh

They didn't "land". They mooned. And when they left, they de-mooned.
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lol
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Von Braun took over from where Goddard left off. Von Braun; a genius, couldn't understand why the Americans were not following up on Goddards research. I watched the landing also, what the Moon landing Scoffers do is try and put todays values on yesterdays glories, they just don't understand how truly important it was to America, far too important to fake it. I will stand up for the younger people for one reason, they didn't create this mess thier in, and niether did we; I suppose there will always be that small secrative group of evil souls that has to dominate others to feel fulfilled, to screw even our basic god given rights for money and power, people with no concience to trouble them when helpless souls are torn to shreds or starved to death. I live in Washington State, when I was young it used to be a great place, now? I think half of California moved up here to get away from the rest of the cut throat aholes, so now you have fight even for your spot in the traffic jamb, kindness is out the door as people will take advantage of you until the cows come home. Just imagine if we put the same kind of spirit into solving a few of the problems this country face's, and actually had a plan to make a better America and World in the future instead of killing our children to fight over table scraps and binging our future to win an election. What the hell happened to our heroes? No the only thing I blame the younger set for is Obama or whatever his real name is, I suppose we ought to give them all Nobel prizes for believing that fraud.
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OK, I got one thing to say about the moon landing. All the. "OMG how can you think we did NOT go." Here it is, when we went to the moon, we had NO REMOTE CONTROL for the TV, you had to get up and walk across the room and change the channel! No cable, no cell phone...for that matter no WIRELESS phone (you know a land line and the headset is wireless) None of that and most of all...THE MOST ASTONISHING! No hand held hairdryers! Yes holding a hairdryer happened AFTER THE MOON! NO REMOTES, NO CABLE, NO CELL PHONES, NO WIRELESS PHONE. Not much of anything BUT we went to the the moon and saw LIVE FOOTAGE of the landing on our crappy black and white TV's with antennas..you remember HUGE towering metal sticky-army-things on the roof and rabbit ears on the TV. Nope, sorry, I am not buying it. Never-mind all the other reasons...shadows, light, bounciness,the flag issue blah blah blah....all that matter is I had to getup and walk across the room to change the channel on the TV, with my wet hair and convince my brother to hold the rabbit ears just right so the black and white picture was clear enough to see the MOON LANDING! And when it happened, I had to go to my DIAL phone and DIAL someone to say! "OMG WE LANDED ON THE MOON!" while, everyone on my party-line was trying to do the same thing!
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OK, I got one thing to say about the moon landing. All the. "OMG how can you think we did NOT go." Here it is, when we went to the moon, we had NO REMOTE CONTROL for the TV, you had to get up and walk across the room and change the channel! No cable, no cell phone...for that matter no WIRELESS phone (you know a land line and the headset is wireless) None of that and most of all...THE MOST ASTONISHING! No hand held hairdryers! Yes holding a hairdryer happened AFTER THE MOON! NO REMOTES, NO CABLE, NO CELL PHONES, NO WIRELESS PHONE. Not much of anything BUT we went to the the moon and saw LIVE FOOTAGE of the landing on our crappy black and white TV's with antennas..you remember HUGE towering metal sticky-army-things on the roof and rabbit ears on the TV. Nope, sorry, I am not buying it. Never-mind all the other reasons...shadows, light, bounciness,the flag issue blah blah blah....all that matter is I had to getup and walk across the room to change the channel on the TV, with my wet hair and convince my brother to hold the rabbit ears just right so the black and white picture was clear enough to see the MOON LANDING! And when it happened, I had to go to my DIAL phone and DIAL someone to say! "OMG WE LANDED ON THE MOON!" while, everyone on my party-line was trying to do the same thing!
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OK, Fast forward to the future. God's had enough of our antics, destroys most of us and presses the reset button on civilization. After the prerequisite learning curve has been met, the professions of archeology and historian slowly spring forth anew. They do a little excavating and find an owners manual of a TV. It tells them that moving pictures use to be sent through the air down metal bars called an antennae to a thing called a television that the ancient people watched. The archeologist and historian can't believe it. It's not possible for a moving picture to be formed out of thin air in a box.

Then they start digging up some remains of dwellings and in every one of them they find these strange boxes and flat things things that all the furniture appears to be arranged around. They realize it is the television from the owners manual they found. They conclude that it must be part of the religion of the ancient people of the 1900s. It was their alter to their imaginary moving picture gods and the manual was their bible.

They say to themselves, "We can't make pictures fly in the air surely these ancient people from the 1900s couldn't have. We are more advanced than they are after all."


So the set up a museum displaying all of the religions artifacts of these ancient peoples.


They went to the moon even if you don't believe it.
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Re: 41 Years ago, the first moon "landing." July 20, 1969
OK, I got one thing to say about the moon landing. All the. "OMG how can you think we did NOT go." Here it is, when we went to the moon, we had NO REMOTE CONTROL for the TV, you had to get up and walk across the room and change the channel! No cable, no cell phone...for that matter no WIRELESS phone (you know a land line and the headset is wireless) None of that and most of all...THE MOST ASTONISHING! No hand held hairdryers! Yes holding a hairdryer happened AFTER THE MOON! NO REMOTES, NO CABLE, NO CELL PHONES, NO WIRELESS PHONE. Not much of anything BUT we went to the the moon and saw LIVE FOOTAGE of the landing on our crappy black and white TV's with antennas..you remember HUGE towering metal sticky-army-things on the roof and rabbit ears on the TV. Nope, sorry, I am not buying it. Never-mind all the other reasons...shadows, light, bounciness,the flag issue blah blah blah....all that matter is I had to getup and walk across the room to change the channel on the TV, with my wet hair and convince my brother to hold the rabbit ears just right so the black and white picture was clear enough to see the MOON LANDING! And when it happened, I had to go to my DIAL phone and DIAL someone to say! "OMG WE LANDED ON THE MOON!" while, everyone on my party-line was trying to do the same thing!
 Quoting: weltsmertz 1040768


You draw such elaborate conclusions before checking to see if you started with the right facts.

[link to www.tvhistory.tv]

The first commercially available wireless remote was on high-end Zenith televisions in 1957. The first remote-control model airplane flew in 1932, and by WWII there were radio-controlled drone aircraft used for target practice.

When I was a kid, we had one of the retrofit remote controls; a large motorized knob sat over the old television knob, and advanced with a lot of clunking and clicking when you pressed the remote!

Oh, yeah, and Erikson's MTA (a mobile phone) appeared in 1955, car phones were around in the mid 60's, and in 1971 AT & T was petitioning for the frequencies to begin the first cell phone network; the first production model phone of which started rolling off the assembly line in 1973.

Not to mention nuclear submarines, supersonic passenger aircraft, the 747 airliner, deep dive submersibles like the record-setting Trieste...it wasn't as backward a time as you seem to think it was.

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